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SIDESWIPE – Anti-war activists in the UK have focused their anger around the belief that former Prime Minister Tony Blair did not tell the truth when he decided to send troops to Iraq to help topple Saddam Hussein. Mr. Blair has been busy defending his actions.  Meanwhile, supporters of President Obama told the Sunday talk shows that the U.S. leader is about to make a U-turn on the decision to try 9/11 mastermind KSM in a civilian court rather than a military commission.  The Attorney General has claimed that this was his call and not the President’s and the President has said the same.  A change in policy makes sense but it is difficult for Americans to believe that the Commander-in-Chief was not consulted over such a critical national security move.  Who will be held accountable for such a monumental misjudgment?

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